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Are we comfortable filming incidents than we are getting involved?

Wikipedia defines the duty to rescue law: duty to rescue law requires people to offer assistance, and holds those who fail to do so liable. The good news is thanks to modern technology, i.e. cell phones/tablets, video has helped to record the facts of incidents. My question: Do people still provide help/assistance? Why do you think more people are willing to video tape than help? The headlines: "Witnesses Filmed Deadly Crash, Didn't Help Victims" "Mother Who Survived Brutal McDonald's Attack Wonders Why Onlookers Were Filming Instead Of Helping Her!" What are your thoughts?


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